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The Estee Lauder Companies Director, HRBP, Supply Chain in New York, New York
Director, HRBP, Supply Chain
Brand: Estée Lauder Companies
Responsible for leading a broad range of HR responsibilities for Corporate Supply Chain, including talent acquisition, employee relations, performance management, career development, compensation, compliance, benefits and employee programs. Supports in the execution of HR activities and strategic projects that support the functions, including org design and change management. Ensures alignment between HR activities and the strategic priorities of the HR function, the corporate functions and the Company. Works within and across the HR function, including Employee Services, on HR service delivery and process standardization and improvements.
Collaborate with functional leadership to identify key priorities to support business objectives and growth.
Lead the delivery of employee relations expertise for the functions’ populations to drive performance, including identification of employee relations themes and trends that lead to insight and delivery of solutions
Oversee the recruitment of talent to fill open positions, as well as build the internal and external talent pipeline through collaboration with the Talent COE. Drive talent movement and development. Help functional leaders create strong leaders and managers.
Collaborate with managers on identifying learning and development needs. Partner with relevant HR COEs and others as needed to identify and deliver appropriate learning and development support.
Provide guidance to functional leaders on the preparation and delivery of performance reviews and ensure timely completion. Reinforce awareness and application of the leadership competency model as a tool for providing feedback.
Work in collaboration with the HR Total Rewards COE to manage compensation and benefits, including salary planning and administration (i.e. merit, bonus, promotions, adjustments and equity programs (and ensure competitive positioning and internal equity.
Foster a culture of engagement and empowerment that values inclusion and diversity and demonstrates fair and consistent management practices. Ensure all employees continue to feel workplace respect and open communication.
Communicate and execute Corporate HR initiatives and programs.
Maintain a strong awareness of best practices internally and externally.
Evaluate effectiveness of programs/processes and recommend improvements and solutions.
Minimum Education level: Bachelor’s Degree required
Minimum Years of Experience: 8 years
Required Language Proficiency: English
Must be a strategic thinker with the ability to influence and drive business objectives while maintaining standards of “high touch”
Employee and/or labor relations experience; knowledge of legal and regulatory factors including relevant employment laws
Excellent organizational skills and demonstrated ability to handle multiple requests in a timely manner
General analytical & problem solving skills
Strong interpersonal, consulting & listening skills; skilled facilitator with sound judgment and diplomacy
Ability to deal with ambiguity & confidential information
Maintains an awareness of industry best practice
Job: Human Resources
Primary Location: Americas-US-NY-New York
Job Type: Standard
Shift: 1st (Day) Shift
Job Number: 1926717
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